Srinagar, Oct 11: The Public Service Commission (PSC) will be strengthened to speed up selection process so that all vacant posts are filed-in without any delay. Speaking at a function after laying foundation stone of the PSC complex at Solina on Srinagar-Airport road on Saturday, Oct 11, Governor N N Vohra underlined the importance of the PSC in providing suitable manpower for running the state administration efficienty.
He assured that the PSC would be strengthened and the selection process hastened to fill the vacant posts.
Mr Vohra highlighted the autonomous and constitutional character of PSC and said its primary function is to make selection in a fair and just manner.
The complex will be housed in a three acre plot of land adjacent to the old silk factory.
The total cost of the project is Rs 18.52 crore and will comprise three administrative blocks.
The building will have a spacious auditorium and the whole complex will be equipped with information technology facilities.
An official spokesman said while the main block would be completed by June 2009, the entire complex would be ready by June 2010.